Warwick

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Etymology[edit]

Middle English Warwyk, from Old English Wǣringwīċ (literally dwellings by the weir), from wer (weir) +‎ -ing (of the, used with masculine nouns) +‎ wīċ (dwelling place, village).

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Warwick

  1. A town in England, the county town of Warwickshire.
  2. A habitational surname from the English town.
  3. Any of various other towns and cities around the world taking their name from the English town or from someone with this surname.
    1. A city in Kent County, Rhode Island, United States.

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